UPDATED: Bustling day at the Kansas Legislature: What you missed but need to know


(Updated to correct vote on Kobach legal fees)

Kansas lawmakers were busy grinding through legislation Friday as they raced to complete unfinished business on the second day of their wrap-up session. They are schedule to complete their work by May 4.

The Senate spent several hours debating expanded gambling while the House took up a new budget that veered off into debates over transparency, fines levied against Secretary of State Kris Kobach and Medicaid expansion.

And lastly, the Human Rights Campaign took another shot at a . . .


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